Vic MTBO 2 and the MTBO Champs Weekend – Entries Closing SOON!

2022 Vic MTBO Champs – Entries are now open

The 2022 Victorian MTBO Championships will be held in Ballarat over the weekend of 14-15 May. All three events will use parts of the Nerrina map at Ballarat which has recently been updated by Ricky Thackray. There will be a common assembly area for all events at the Little Bendigo Primary School with Middle (Sat am), Sprint (Sat pm) and Long (Sun am) distance events being contested. These events also form Round 2 of the 2022 National MTBO Series.

The school will be providing for sale some lunch options on the Saturday, so no need to leave the event between races. There will be a casual Championships dinner on Saturday evening at a Ballarat hotel.

For more details, Bulletin 1 is available on Eventor along with a copy of the old map and a map showing the embargoes areas. Entries are now open on Eventor.

Make sure you get your entry in soon and book your accommodation from a large range of possibilities in Ballarat as this is sure to be a fantastic weekend of MTBO.

The next Vic MTBO events

Mt Robertson – Kinglake – Sunday 8 May

A map that has not been used for a long time, but updated for this event. An event pretty close to Melbourne, Mt Robertson is mostly pine plantation that has grown up since our last visit and generally consists of forestry roads and tracks with a range of qualities.

Organisation is by the Dandenong Ranges club. Four line courses to choose from ranging from approx 10km to 27km, plus a 90 minute score course.

Entries are now open on Eventor.

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